Over the past couple of months, some people have seen their electricity bills nearly double across North Texas — though their thermostat hasn’t changed.
A lawsuit against AT&T Stadium’s architects and the Cowboys got under way on Tuesday after six people were hurt by falling ice when the Super Bowl came to town.
A massive winter storm is battering several East Coast states on Thursday, and the severe weather it is having a ripple effect on flights leaving from North Texas.
As of Noon Tuesday, Dallas’ Department of Street Services continued its sanding operations at Ice Force Level 1. Crews focused on bridges, overpasses, inclines and critical public safety areas.
The chilly winter weather passing through North Texas on Tuesday is already having an impact on operations at DFW Airport. Some 150 departures have been canceled.
Police responded to the scene of a fatal car crash in Forest Hill on Tuesday morning. The crash happened on an elevated surface where ice could be seen along the roadway.
The threat of winter weather continues across the DFW area. But as North Texans woke up on Tuesday morning expecting very icy roads, many found conditions to be passable.
As temperatures fall, demand at the Arlington Life Shelter rises. The shelter is quickly running out of resources to meet demand. As it stands, the shelter is exceeding its capacity of 85 people.
The worst of Monday morning’s weather seems to have hit Montague County. Several school districts there were forced to either delay their starts or shut down completely.
The temperature may be plunging but that also means a lot of electric bills are skyrocketing. The harsh winter has forced more North Texans than ever to seek financial assistance or face having their heat cut off.
Although freeways and major thoroughfares remained for the most part free of ice, a handful of North Texas school districts cancelled classes Friday — citing icy conditions on side streets, sidewalks and parking lots.
Many kids across North Texas are spending Friday at home after several DFW area school districts canceled classes because of snow. But not every student got the day off.